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Marlene Talyor was one of the 1st Black women air traffic controllers to work the complicated Tokyo traffic patterns at Yokota Air Force Base in Japan. Marlene later became an author of stories about determination and transcendence. Her books ," Life Is What You Make It, Darlin' and "The Controller" are self help, uplifting and empowering reads. Please tune in to hear her exciting career journey. Marlene's books can be found on Amazon, Barnes & Noble. Email address is Marlene@Marlenetheauthor.com.
This Thursday at 6:00pm EST. Actress Angela Robinson returns to “ The Certain Ones Online Talk Show” to discuss what to expect from the new season of' Tyler Perry's The Haves and the Have Nots and her role as Veronica Harrington premiering on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network.
Author Marlene Banks. Marlene is a Kingdom writer/novelist with a unique style of storytelling.www.marlenebanks.com.
Its all about offense. We'll talk Camp hot topics, QBs, Washington Redskins, and so much more! Join Dayna, Michelle, Lisa, and NFLFemale's OFR for the Washington Redskins Kelli O'Dell as we cover all the top stories in the first full week of camp!
in Self Help
Connie Brushett is a young lady with a drive and a passion for change. She has boldly and successfully created a store on the cutting edge of the new awakening of humanity. We will explore how she has overcome obstacles of presenting new and fresh ideas on how we can access the deeper, truer parts of ourselves. I am excited and pleased to present a "Woman on the Edge."
Tonight Pastor Vincent Xavier interviews Patrick Mangon after meeting at the steps of the Supremem Court in Washington D.C. Patrick Mangon is an amazing man of God who has stood for marriage and life for many years. His full interview can be seen next week on Sunday June 13th at 8:00am Central Standard Time on www.ar1.tv Also, following the interview a very forceful and clear presentation of the events that took place in Washington and the consequences that will follow the Supreme Court Ruling this month of June, 2015
Linda Johnston, as a Red Tent facilitator will share with us how the new era of of healing ourselves and our planet signals the call to all who envision a world built around co-operation rather than competition. This will include the benefits, traditions, and teachings of The Red Tent Movement.The secret knowledge of long ago comes to light as we learn to empower women and reconnect. Join me on this journey with Linda, a beautiful and enlightened woman who is making a difference in our world.
Todd is a contributor to Fox Business News, NY Post, The Moscow Times, Armed Forces Journal, Newmax Money News, National Review, Zero-Hedge, and others. His column at the Washington Times, Behind The Curtain, deals with Russian and former Soviet issues.
He splits his time between NYC and Moscow.
Born in Georgia and raised in Savannah, Ever since his earliest days, he loved story telling.
Todd left Savannah in 1982 to attend the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, CO where he studied aeronautical engineering. Upon graduation in 1986, he immediately left the Academy for flight school. His initial assignment was flying Combat Search and Rescue helicopters at Elmendorf Air Force Base in Anchorage, Alaska. In the UHAE (Unique Harsh Arctic Environment-pronounced "Yoo Hay" by Alaskans) he flew local rescue missions and was also deployed throughout Asia. During this time he was credited with saving many lives and even more assists. In addition to flying exciting missions, Todd also managed to graduate from the University of Alaska Anchorage with an M.S. in Engineering Management. In 1990 he volunteered for Special Operations and went back to flight school. In 1991 he was assigned to the 20th Special Operations Squadron at Hurlburt Field, FL, flying MH-53J Pave Low helicopters. Immediately he was deployed to Kuwait. Over the next three years he was active in classified missions in support of counterterrorism under the control of the National Command Authority and deployed throughout the world. His customers included SEAL Team Six and Delta Force. He left the Air Force as a Captain in 1994.
THIS SHOW IS AUTOMOTIVE NEWS TALK ABOUT HORSEPOWER RIDES THEN DENZEL WASHINGTON
Actor Denzel Washington spoke to the graduating class of New Orleans’ Dillard University and imparted some very important words of wisdom – but it all starts with putting God first. “Number one: Put God first. Put God first in every thing you do. Everything that you think you see in me, everything that I have accomplished, everything that you think I have, and I have a few things, everything that I have is by the grace of God,” Wow so refreshing to hear a seasoned hollywood actor give tribute to the source of his success! We will look at this and other pressing issues tonight on the Urban Prophet.
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CECISFM TALK RADIO "Whose Feeding the Building" features Supply Chain Diversity Public Information Officer Marlene Dial of CECI Services LP / NDAS DBE Joint Venture. We often hear of companies participating insupplier diversity programs, and the standard reasons for their participation. Some companies say that it is a testament to their commitment as a socially responsible organization while others say that it is their contribution to society. We also see some companies implementing supplier diversity initiatives to meet customer mandates, to leverage governmental initiatives, or to comply with federal supplier requirements.
The truth is, many companies that practice supplier diversity feel that they are making a sacrifice just to contribute to society, or are merely doing these non-mainstream businesses a favor. However, if they take a closer look, they will find that there are significant benefits to supplier diversity – not only for suppliers and their supply chains, but also for their business.
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Check out tomorrow's interview with Isaiah Washington hosted by Ms. Lawrence the founder of Exposure Magazine and Celebrity Publicist
By Isaiah Washington
Actor and activist Isaiah Washington writes about the Baltimore uprising, his film ‘Blackbird,’ and the issues he finds most troubling with society’s stance on race.
The world associates the word black with bad.
The synonym for white is “good,” while the synonym for black is “bad.”
That is why I say I’m done being black. I’m African American. I have a proud heritage and proud ancestry—not unlike Chinese, Irish, El Salvadorian, English—and that’s not getting promoted. It hurts.
At first look, you may not see the connection between the three pieces of content I want to share with you below: an interview about the Baltimore uprising and Black Lives Matter, the marketing campaign behind my pro-LGBT film Blackbird, and a masterfully crafted op-ed by a black lesbian by the name of Danielle Moodie-Mills.
Read more http://exposure-magazine.com/isaiah-washington-coming-to-exposure-magazines-june-issue-the-address/
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